People think that light protects them from the darkness, that light will always banish evil and that good will ultimately triumph in the end, standing over the corpse of evil. Let them believe so if they wish to do that. But the harsh reality is that evil is everywhere, even in the light that humans like and respect so much. Even in light, there exist creatures that are beyond the understanding of a human mind, not to mention that even light can be deadly, for too much of it corrupts the skin, then the cells making up the body. Light can be evil as well, because too much of it will rob humans of their precious sight, because too much of it will eventually burn everything, setting fire to the heavens. Light and darkness are not that different, after all, but humans never realise that they are almost one and the same. Therefore, nobody notices when a creature of light, cruel, overwhelming brightness makes its way to a rarely-frequented hotel on the side of a rarely frequented hotel. Nobody notices when the creature takes the form of a human, covered in a white labcoat, his black hair cut short. Nobody notices that the man's dark brown eyes focus on something they should not be even able to see: a woman sitting in the lobby of the hotel. Nobody notices when the man runs far faster than it should be possible, closing the distance to the hotel in mere minutes. Yet everybody notices when a scientist from the nearby facility enters the hotel casually, sighing as he closes the door behind him. "Today was the hell of hells," mutters the scientist as he looks across the lobby. He sees that the receptionist is not at his place, so he sighs and sits down on an empty chair, his eyes lingering on the woman in the lobby for just a touch too long. "Not only does everything go haywire, my car breaks down in the middle nowhere..." says the scientist out loud, intentionally diverting the attention of the woman to himself.